1000m D+

Start Saturday 12:00 PM
Distance 28km
Elevation 1000m D+
Cut-off time 5h30
Stations 2
Course Loop

Details of the race

The race kicks off with the ascent of Mont Grand-Fonds for a little over 300 meters. Are you up for such an explosive start? This course is challenging and diverse in nature, some of its legs can be completed rather fast while others are extremely technical (you might as well feel as if you’re dancing sometimes). 

28 km La Boutique du Lac


Cut-off time

Stages Stations Next aid station First athlete
(page: 4 min 45 per km)
Estimated time of passage
Last athlete
(pace: 11 min per km)
Estimated time of passage
Start Mont Grand-Fonds 13 km 11:00 am 11:00 am
13 km Split-BMR 7 km 12:00 pm 13:23 pm
20 km Montagne Noire 8 km 12:35 pm 14:40 pm
Arrival Mont Grand-Fonds 13:13 pm 16:08 pm
Total 2h13 5h08
Athlete's Guide

In order for you to know everything about your race and to better prepare yourself, we have gathered all the important information in one simple guide.

You will find information about:

  • services available at the aid stations
  • information for your support crew
  • dropbags
  • on-site activities 
  • and more!
Course overview

Learn more about the course by reading the “Course overview“.


Charlevoix’s climate is cold and humid in September.

Furthermore, temperatures and precipitations can be extremely cold in the fall. It is therefore important to be vigilant to the risks of hypothermia.

  • Seasonal averages:
  • Minimum 3°C
  • Maximum 15°C
  • Sunrise: 5:15 am
  • Sunset: 6:08 pm
Terms and Rules
  • The Ultra-Trail Harricana (UTHC) has a zero tolerance policy for performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). The UTHC reserves the right to require drug tests after the competition for all performance enhancing drugs on the World Anti-doping Agency’s list;
  • Ensure your bib is worn on the front of the body and is visible at all times;
  • Always remain on the marked trail;
  • Pacers are not allowed;
  • Always pick up your trash and dispose of it at the appropriate areas of the aid stations;
  • Poles are allowed for distances of 65km and over only;
  • Mandatory equipment must be worn or carried at all times.

Download the Terms and Conditions

Frequently Asked Questions

Read our FAQ webpage to find many answers to your questions

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Free Training Programs

United for Sports offer you free training programs of the 10K, 28K, 42K, 65K, 80K and 125K.

Produced by high-level athletes with experience in coaching, the programs are tailored to the course, distance and level of experience of the participants. The training programs of each event are therefore unique: they reflect the experience of each of the athletes and exceptional teamwork.

Download your free training program

Aid Station Menus

All details concerning the menu offered at the different aid stations will be announced very soon.

A race energized by Xact nutrition
Xact nutrition develops products that taste great and give you exactly the right nutrients so you can enjoy your sport more.
Mandatory Equipment
  • Minimum 500 ml of water
  • Food Supply
  • Whistle
  • Reusable Cup (aid stations without cups)
  • Cell phone
  • EpiPen (for severe allergic reactions)
Recommended Equipment
  • Waterproof coat with hood
  • Blanket 1.40 m x 2 m min
  • Gloves and hat
  • Baseball cap or bandana
  • Bear bell
Need some inspiration?

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You’ll learn everything you ever wanted to know about the life of these dedicated runners, and you’ll be inspired!

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